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Topic - U.S. Space Weather Prediction Center
The northern lights have lit up the skies above Scotland, northern England and northern parts of Ireland _ and more light shows are expected in the next few days.
Stargazers were out in force in northern Europe on Tuesday, hoping to be awed by a spectacular showing of northern lights after the most powerful solar storm in six years.
A storm from the broiling sun turned the chilly northernmost skies of Earth into an ever-changing and awe-provoking art show of northern lights on Tuesday.